Haunted winery raises spirits

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wineLIBERTY, MO – Belvoir winery in Missouri is said to be haunted.

The winery has been open for three years and it appears as though some unwanted guests keep lingering around.

For most of the 20th century, the buildings on 170-acres of rolling land served as an orphanage, old folks home, poor home, hospital and school. There’s even a cemetery on site.

Some of the residents must have really liked it here, or love their wine — because they seem to be lingering around.

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